Computer Science Reconsidered The Invocation Model of Process Expression

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Computer Science Reconsidered The Invocation Model of Process Expression

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Contents of Computer Science Reconsidered eBook

  • A Critical Review of the Notion of the Algorithm in Computer Science
  • The Notion of the Algorithm in Mathematics
  • The Advent of Computers
  • Computer Science
  • The Algorithm in Computer Science
  • Conclusion
  • References
  • The Simplicity of Concurrency
  • The Primacy of Sequentiality
  • The Complexity of Concurrency
  • The Demon of Indeterminacy
  • The State Space Explosion
  • Elusive Confidence
  • Confusions
  • The Roots of Apparent Complexity
  • The Behavior of Mathematical Functions
  • Re-establishing the Expression of Boundaries
  • Composing Time Intervals
  • The Simplicity of Sequentiality
  • Symbolic Coordination
  • Symbolically Expressing Data Flow Boundaries
  • Logically Recognizing Data Flow Boundaries
  • The Completeness Behavior of a Network of
  • Enhanced Functions
  • A New Symbolic Primitivity
  • Ignoring NULL
  • Coordinating Concurrent Networks
  • The Self-coordinating Network
  • Composing Cycles
  • Partitioning a Concurrent Network
  • Hierarchical Partitioning
  • Lateral Partitioning
  • The Simplicity of Concurrency
  • The Complexity of Sequentiality
  • Unavoidable Concurrency
  • The Variety of Sequence
  • The Irreversibility of Sequence
  • The Necessary Expression of Memory
  • The Necessary Expression of Control
  • Conclusion
  • A Question of Primitivity
  • A Labyrinth of Concepts
  • A Discord of Conceptual Views
  • Illusions of Difficulty
  • A Question of Philosophy
  • References
  • Dehumanizing Computer Science
  • The Humans in Computer Science
  • Eliminating the Humans
  • The Engineering Human
  • Eliminating the Human Engineer
  • Eliminating the Conceiving Human
  • Humanless Symbol Systems
  • References
  • Transcending the Variable
  • The Variable in Mathematics
  • The Variable in Computer Science
  • The Confusion
  • The Discontents
  • A Competition of Mathematical Formalisms
  • Process Expression as Association Relationships
  • Transcending the Variable
  • References
  • The Invocation Model
  • Thengs and Values
  • Pure Value Expression
  • The Mutual Association of Thengs
  • The Value Transform Rule
  • Value Differentiation
  • Differentness as Limitation of Behavior
  • Differentness as Ongoing Behavior
  • Roman Numerals
  • Expressional Completeness
  • Pure Value Summary
  • Association Expression
  • The Behavior of Statically Associated Thengs
  • Directionalizing the Resolution Behavior of
  • Association Expressions
  • Discretizing the Resolution Behavior of Association
  • Relationships
  • Summary of Discretization and
  • Directionalization
  • The Pure Association Expression
  • Association Expression Summary
  • The Spectrum of Expression
  • The Search
  • Association Search
  • Association Search Failures
  • Value Search
  • The Value Transform Search
  • Warp and Woof
  • Summary
  • Along the Spectrum
  • The Example Process
  • Place on the Spectrum
  • Ignoring NULL
  • Four Available Data Values
  • Name Recognition
  • Appreciation Behavior
  • The Complete Expression
  • Correspondence with Boolean Logic
  • A Universal Four-Value Operator
  • The Rotate Operator
  • The Equality Operator
  • The Assertion Operator
  • The Priority Operator
  • The Four-Value Expression with the Universal
  • Operator
  • The Expressivity of Operators
  • Six Available Data Values
  • Nine Available Data Values
  • Fifteen Available Data Values: Pure Value
  • Expression
  • Three Available Data Values
  • Two Available Data Values
  • One Available Data Value
  • Summary
  • Composing Boundaries
  • Boundaries of Completeness Behavior
  • Association Boundaries
  • Pure Value Boundaries
  • Greater Composition
  • Summary
  • Coordinating Boundaries
  • The Cycle
  • Flow Coordination
  • Integrated Coordination
  • Level of Coordination
  • Recovering Temporal and Spatial
  • Alignment
  • Generating Skewed Wavefront Flow
  • Composing Coordination
  • Nature’s Coordination
  • Partitioning the Network
  • Completeness Boundaries and Concurrent
  • Behavior
  • Hierarchical Partitioning
  • Lateral Partitioning
  • Mapping the Network
  • Automatic Partitioning and Mapping
  • Coordinating Pure Value Expressions
  • The Pure Value Cycle
  • Coordinating Cycles
  • Integrating the Expression of Function and
  • Coordination
  • Associating Pure Value Expressions
  • Coordination of Value Flow Among Pure Value
  • Expressions
  • Reusing Values
  • The Last Association Boundaries
  • Closing the Expression
  • Pure Value Composition
  • The Composition Hierarchy
  • Summary
  • Time and Memory
  • Association Through Time
  • Pipeline Memory
  • Graphical Pipeline Representation
  • Differential Pipeline Population
  • The Feedback Ring
  • Composition of Memories
  • Patterns of Differentness in Time
  • Patterns of Behavior in Time
  • A Behavior Search
  • Composition of Behavior Mappers
  • Experience Memory
  • Behavior Memory
  • Recognition Memory
  • A New Form of Expression
  • The Expression of Memory
  • The Expression of Time
  • Whither Referent?
  • The Arrogance of Bulk
  • Whither Stability?
  • A Greater Search
  • The Goal
  • Time and Memory in Pure Value
  • Expression
  • Summary
  • Incidental Time
  • Sequentialization of Associations
  • Time–Space Trade-Off
  • Reusing Operators
  • Sequencing the Feedback Network
  • A Final Merge
  • Referential Expression
  • The Transformed Nature of the Expression
  • Commands in Memory
  • Subexpressions and Iteration
  • Indirect Addressing and Data Structures
  • A Generally Confi gurable Expression
  • The Conventional Synchronous Sequential
  • Architecture
  • New Notions of Expressivity
  • Summary
  • Points of View
  • Number as Differentness
  • Interaction of Numeric Differentness
  • Projecting Numeric Differentness
  • A Landing Eagle
  • The Numeric View
  • The Eagle’s View
  • The Single-Digit Number
  • Single-Digit Number Expressions
  • Two Methods of Approximation
  • Two Views of Expression
  • The Eagle’s Answer
  • Formalism Versus Form
  • This Primitive—That Primitive
  • The Stateless Primitive
  • The State-Holding Primitive
  • The Consequences
  • Big Thengs—Little Thengs
  • Nature’s Big Thengs
  • Composition Strategies
  • Observer—Participant
  • Behaving Particles
  • Observed Particles
  • Observer and Participant
  • Invisible Behaviors and Illusory Behaviors
  • Complementary Chaos
  • Complementary Order
  • Chaotic Flow or Orderly Flow
  • Asymmetric Points of View
  • Finding a Point of View
  • Slippery Words
  • Summary
  • Referential and Autonomous Process Expression
  • Autonomous to Referential
  • Primitive Expressivity
  • Loss of Symmetry
  • Meaning
  • Process and Data
  • Intermediate Memory
  • Internal Models of Encountered
  • Expressions
  • Common Symbols
  • Symbolic Processes
  • Transcendent Expression
  • Referential to Autonomous
  • By Association Expression
  • By Artifi cial Expression
  • Economies of Referential Expression
  • Hierarchical Parsimony
  • Partitioning Uniformity
  • Coordination Simplicity
  • Resource Indifference
  • Archetypal Referential Expression
  • Elusive Essence
  • A Chosen Standard
  • Point of View
  • Summary
  • Referential of Autonomous
  • The Internal Expression
  • Sampling an Amoeba
  • Referential to Autonomous
  • Pure Value Referential Expression
  • Continual Mapping of Referential to Autonomous
  • Summary
  • The Invocation Language
  • The Nature of Symbol String Expression
  • A Language of Association Relationships
  • The Syntax Structures
  • Lateral Composition: Place-to-Place
  • Association
  • Hierarchical Composition: The Invocation and
  • Defi nition
  • The Association of Invocation and Defi nition
  • Abbreviated Forms of the Invocation and
  • Defi nition
  • The Comma
  • Completeness Relations
  • Full Completeness
  • Mutually Exclusive Completeness Relations
  • Conditional Completeness
  • Arbitration Completeness
  • Complex Completeness Relationships
  • The Occasional Output
  • Bundled Content
  • Expression Structure
  • Name Correspondence Search
  • Scope of Correspondence Name Reference
  • A Progression of Examples
  • Imperative Form
  • Functional Form
  • Net List Form
  • Longer Value Transform Rule Names
  • Limited Set of Name-Forming Symbols
  • More Available Content Values
  • Pure Value Expression
  • Another Pure Value Expression
  • Pure Association Expression
  • Another Pure Association Full-Adder
  • Greater Composition: Four-Bit Adder
  • Associated Invocations
  • Nested Invocations
  • Nested Defi nitions
  • Structureless Expression
  • Conditionality
  • IF-THEN-ELSE
  • IF-THEN
  • Multi-way Conditionality
  • Coordination Boundaries
  • Invocation Boundaries
  • Coordination Behavior
  • Coordinating Boundaries
  • Large Domains of Differentness
  • Experience Memory
  • Conditional Iteration
  • Value Sequencer
  • Code Detector
  • A Control Program
  • LFSR
  • Summary
  • Reflections
  • In the Beginning
  • The Root Problem
  • The Labyrinth
  • Exiting the Labyrinth
  • Computer Gods
  • What’s in a Name?
  • The Invocation Model
  • Composing Differentness
  • The Cycle
  • The Last Composition
  • Nature’s Compositions
  • Time and Memory
  • The Arrogance of Bulk
  • Incidental Time
  • Points of View
  • Referential and Autonomous Expression
  • The Invocation Language
  • Comparisons
  • Models of Concurrency
  • Petri Nets
  • Data Flow
  • Asynchronous Circuit Design
  • Actors
  • Connectionism
  • Conclusion
  • References

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